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If you have a vacant room,
flat or house, buy a Forum
Want Ad. It will rent it
for you. Phone 1595.
HELP WASTED—MALE.
JOHNSON CUTS hair for 25 cent*.
WASTED—First class baker, Bon Ton,
808, Front st.
WANTED—Furnace and yard man at
Occidental Hotel, Casselton, N. D.
FIRST CLASS COAT MAKER Is
wanted at the Fargo Tailoring Co.
WANTED—Bright young man to col
lect. Steady employment. Call 107
Broadway.
WANTED—At once experienced Job and
cylinder press feeders. Apply Knight
Printing Co.
WANTED—Experienced male book
keeper and stenographer. N. J. Ol
sen Co., Moorhead.
WANTED—Registered assistant drug
gist. Good place for right one. Benno
Drug Co., Bowbells, N. D.
lOUNG MAN—To advertise and sell
our products. Address B. Johnson
Soap Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
FARGO AUTOMOBILE and gas en
gineering school will give you prac
tical Instruction writ* tor informa
tion. 1225 Front St.
WANTED—Good printer good wages
and steady job to right man. Come
at once or wire The News. Manning,
N. D.
WANTED—Good cleaner and bushel
man. Good wages and steady job to
right party. Address with references,
86 care Forum.
WANTED—Young man sixteen to eigh
teen years old good common school
education to learn jewelry business.
Address 101 Forum.
WANTED—Back room man and sau
sage maker. Good wages and steady
work. Apply at once. Bjorlle & Nei
son, Devus .Lake, N. D.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
to get. My free booklet Y 68# tells
how. Write today—NOW. JUari Hop
Kins, "Wasnington D. C.
IILAOKSMITH WANTED—A man that
can do Job work and
Bhoe
REGISTERED PHARMACIST Of good
habit, wants position. Best refer
ence. 105 care Foruin.
WALL PAPER cleaned reasonable
prices satisfaction guaranteed,
l'hone 2664, B. W. Mann.
BY GOOD all around baker, 30 years
experience as baker and restaurant
man. Address 104, care Forum.
OINti MAN with banking and retail
i experience wishes position as book
keeper in bank. Will consider other
office work, 90 care Forum.
POSITION WASTED—By registered
assistant pharmacist, best or refer
ence can be furnished. 1107 11th st. no.
$ AI.I. AROUND PRINTER wants
Job on country weekly, tttate
wages, etc., in lirst letter. Ad
dress 100 care Forum.
STEADY POSITION WANTED—
By bread and pastry helper
strictly reliable city or coun
try. Address 14, care Forum.
O. tv.
o. K. LAUMMtV—Mrs. E. C. Officer,
1133 »th st S, pboue 31»1-J*
WBAVlNa
WEAVING CARPETS, rugs, eta Mrs.
8mith. 1836 18th av 8 phone 196o-i-
FOR SALE—ORCHARD LANDS.
FOR SALE—40 acres well located land
in heart of orange, grape-fruit and
pecan belt of southern Mississippi on
the Gulf of Mexico. Delightful climate
Bituated near Oceon Strings, which is
both, a summer and winter resort. An
abundance of rain fall, no irrigation re
quired. Let me talk with you about It
Only $10 per acre for this piece. Also
another 40 acre piece for $12. per acre.
Bearing pecan orchards on edge of
town f500 per acre. Terms. J. P. Ed
wards, Fargo, N. D.
FOR SALE—FARMS.
GOOD IMPROVED half section stock
and potatoe farm, 22 miles northwest
of Minneapolis, ?30 per acre. Easy
terms. Fred Clark, Anoka, Minn.
1
WE HAVE FOR SALE some of the very
finest improved farms in Clay and
Cass counties at sensationally low
prices. From $30 per acre up. Ready
for immediate occupation. Easy terms.
No matter what you have Jn mind you
will save money by consulting us. Em
pire Land Co., 4-8 Wheeler Blk., JWoor
head, Minn. Phone 2266.
864 ACRE FARM highly improved, 3
miles from the town of Battle Lake,
Ottertail Co., Minnesota, 214 acres un
der plow, large pasture with woven
wire fence, 40 acres fine native timber,
balance farm pasture. Half mile of
beautiful lake shore. Good buildings,
f48.00 per acre worth $66.00. Address
owner, H. P. Hari3on, Driscoll. Dak.
Alson 160 acres close to Ruttland, N.
D., 1-4 mile to new school building in
town, 110 acres under plow, a snap for
$30.00 per acre. Good terms. H. P.
Hanson.
LOCATION WANTED,
WANTED—A location for a drug store,
92 care Forum.
SHOE HIMPAIRING
I do shoe repairing while you wait.
Prices reasonable. John Bjorkland,
No. 9 5th st. no., Moorhead. 1 also have
a branch shop at 100 1-2 Front st., Far
go with Joe Hoffman, partner.
FOR RENT—FARM
SBVEIML CHOICE FARMS for rent to
desirable tenants, ranging in sisse
from 80 acres to one section. Will
make satisfactory terms to good party.
James M. Witherow, Kiefer block.
Moorhead. Minn.
DRKSSSItKl^G SCHOOL.
WANTED—Experienced
Red River laundry.
COMPETENT
housework.
horses.
Wages $3.b0 per day. Address A. J.
Fellow's, Fergus Falls, Minn.
WANTED—Men to canvass the city.
Experience not necessary, ll.to a day
guaranteed, 40 per cent commission.
Apply Mr. Strathern, Gardner hotel.
FIRST CLASS MALE stenographer
one experienced in real estate Busi
ness. Must be competent. Good salary
anu permanent position to rigut party.
Address box 167.
WANTED—Good meat cutter and sau
sage maker wanted at once refer
ences required no cigarette nenu or
boozer need apply. Address C. M.
Krimes, Wimbleuon, N. 1).
COMMON SENSE business figuring ex
actly what every business man wants
to know. It makes him money. One
lesson 11.00, seven lessons $6.00. Sawin,
601, Plymouth Bidg., Mpis., Minn.
WANTED—Men to travel and appoint
agents. Experience not necessary.
Will pay good salary and all expenses
weekly. No canvassing permanent.
Twenty dollars security required tor
sample case. Apply Mr. cStratheia,
Gardner hotel.
LEARN THE BARBER TRADE—
Barbers always In demand, big
wages, easy work, few weeks com
plete by our method. Free beautiful
illustrated catalogue explaining every
thing. Write at once, special induce
ments now. Moler Barber College 27H
Nicollet av. Minneapolis, Minn. Kstab
liahed 1893.
POSITIONS WANTBP—MALE.
TFTO PAHGO .rORTO
HELP WANTI&D—FKAIAJLK.
TWO GIRLS—For tray room work. St
John's hospital.
Sir la at the
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework, 366 6th av. so.
GIRL For
Phone 1443.
WANTED—Girl to learn nursing at
Moorhead hospital. Inquire Dr. B. C.
Darrow.
WANTED—A girl for general house-
Small
1042 llth st. no.
family, good wages.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Apply Mrs. L. Chrlstlan
son, H2'A 8th st. so.
WANTED—Competent cook, middle age
lady preferred. J. C. Everhart res
taurant N. P. Ave,
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework, good wages. Mrs. Art
Bowers, 1021 1st av N.
GOOD GIRL—For general housework,
small family. Phone 684-J. Mrs. F.
J. Hardy, Blenheim Flat.
WANTED—Apprectice girls to learn
dressmaking. Mrs. A. E. Lawrence,
618 1-2 1st av. no. Phone 13SS.
£IN IN GROOM GIRL WANTED—At
once good wages to right party.
Hotel Antelope, Antelope, Mont.
COMPETENT NURSE GIRL—To take
care of two children, age 1 and 3.
Mrs. J. C. Whitney, 1006 yth St. so.
LADY COMPOSITOR AT ONCE—Good
wages. Write, wire or phone The
Woodworth Rustler, Woodworth, N. D.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework, three in .family and $20.
a month. Mrs. Huffaker, 1209 8th st. so.
GIRL WANTED—For general house
work. Good wages and small family.
Mrs. Geo. E. Perley, 411 4th av. so.,
Moorhead, Minn.
WANTED—Competent girl for 'general
housework. Two in family. Good
wages. Apply Mrs. Hugo Stern 16 Mon
ticello Flats, no Broadway.
FOR SALE—The Famous Knit Top
Petticoats, made to measurement. Not
sold in stores. Phone 663-1^, represen
tative will call. Mrs. Hattery.
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework. Small family. Must be
experienced girl. $6.00 a week. Apply
Mrs. J. Pierce Wolf, 481 7th St. so.,
Moorhead, Minn.
IN ANSWERING all want ads. girlAg
a certain number care of The Forum,
be sure to address your answers to
that number, in care of ForuBL This
insures prompt attention.
MRS, GREENWOOD—Offers a good
home to a girl who will do a reason
able amount of work for her board.
Call at 806 4th st. no.
POSITIONS WANTED—FEMALE.
LAUNDRY—Called for and delivered.
Phone 2572-L.
WANTED-—Piece work by experienced
public stenographer. Box No. 74, Far
go, N. D.
STENOGRAPHERr—With Ave years ex
perience, deBires position. Phone
1080 or 236$.
WANTED—Work by the day by ex
perienced laundress or cleaning, etc.
around house. Address 103 care Forum.
WOMAN WOULD like to go nursing by
the day in cases of confinement.
Phone 2768-L.
SEWING WANTKDL
SEWING WAJfTEl^—f rices reason*
able. Appb uia 7th av N pnone lift!.
SEWING WANTED—By the day. Price
^reasJnabl* 708 8th St. no. Phone
SUITS, DRB39SBS alterations and re
pair work, 11 Stern funding phone
1875-1*
SUITS, DRESSES and children's cloth
es prices reasonable, 606 Third st
no. Phone 2257-J.
SEWING WANTED—Price reason
able. Apply lso. Terrace 1st house on
entering the Oak Grove parx.
HKlil* WANTUU—.JttAJLiE UK FEMALE.
WANTED—Man or lady with some ex
perience in the photo business
Pltsch's Photo Shop, 2£0 Bdwy. Fargo.
I HAVE A GOOD proposition for a
young man Or lady that wants to
learn the photographic business.
Pltsch's Photo Shop, 230 Bdwy. Fargo.
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED—For
government positions. $80.00 month.
Write for Jlst of positions open. Frank
lin institute. Dept. 2U4 S, Rochester,
N. Y.
HOUSE AND SAFE MOVING.
i MAKE a specialty of unusual and
heavy moving houses, safes, rais
ing buildings, rurnisn everything. J.
W. Hodges phone 80S.
All V KJ&TihlCMBNTS.
WHEN YOU WANT to talk to the
people of prosperous Soutn Dakota
you can do it best through the columns
of The Aberdeen Dally American.
rA"N"D
Read The Rate Card Carefy
general
WANTED—Competent girl for general
housework, 356 7th av. so.
WANTED—Country girl for
housework, 1201 4th av. no.
plain
WANTED—Good girl. Apply Mrs. J.
D. Farrand, 1028 no. Broadway.
WANTED—Cook and second girl. Mrs.
E. M. Mclntyre, 812 3rd av. so.
WANTED—Good girl for housework.
Mrs. R. A. Beard, 713 Third av. so.
WANTED—Girl for general housework.
Good wages. Apply 1017 11th" st. no.
WANTED—Two good girls plain cook
and second girl. Call at 416 8th st
so.
GIRL WANTED—For general house
work. Mrs. £L W. Haggart, 202 Rob
ert st.
WANTED Good ^lrl for general
housework. R. B. Newton, '426 9th
av. so.
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every day by 80,000 In 250 towns and
rural routes in the northern half of
the'state classified ads, tor sale, tu ]y
wanted, exchange, real estate, eta. for
1 cent a word each insertion, is
and
stamps to American. Aberdeen, H, l\
HOSPITAL.
MATERNITY HOSPITAL—Competent
nurses and best ol care highest tes
timonials from doctors and patient*
Mrs. Jennie Camp. #01 10th st H, Fargo.
FOR SALE OR EX CHANGIL
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For gas trac
tor 35 H. P. Minneapolis plow gear
Engine in number one shape. H.
Inwiehe, Paullina, Iowa.
WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE -The fol
lowing properties for land store
building at Nome, N. D., suitable for
general store, also blacksmith shop at
same town. Fine territory and good
crops. Have 8 lots on G. N. R. R.
trackage right-of-way will sell or
trade. Address P. O. box 787. Fargo.
N. D.
STRAYED.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—Iron gray
mare with colt with low fetlocks in
front, 5 years old, weight about 1500.
STotify Lewis Jelbert, Grandin, N. D.,
immediately for reward.
r«. D. PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU.
INTERNATIONAL information law.
science, art, literature *dverU«ad
bids furnished to contractors. Lock
Box SS, Christian & W
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VOR SALIEE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE—Everything in household
goods at 103 4th st no.
FOR SALE—Base burner, Ideal'jewel,
first class. Phone 2349-L.
WANTED—Second hand dresser
good condition, 68 care Forum.
In
FOR SAKE—One medium and one
small base burner stove. Call at 12,
14th st. so.
FOR SALE—One large self-feeder coal
stove excellent condition. Dakota
Monument Co.
FOR SALE—Ladies aatrakhan coat, 27
inches long, in good shape 1422, 1st
av. so. Phone 698.
FOR SALE—One new Radiant Home
heater No. 7 One new large sised
Jewel, 301 5th st. no.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Nearly new fav
orite $65 heater. No use for it, have
hot water heat. Call 2626.
FOR SALE—Radiant Monarch heater,
hard coal burner. Phone 2647-JT or
call at No. 7, south Terrace.
IN ORDER to close out the few re
maining Fargo Forum carpet sweep
ers on hand we will sell tbem way
below cost. The Forum Printing Go.
THE BEST and cheapest place to buy
a stove is at Brour's Town Market.
You have- tried all the rest. Now try
the best. Lally Blk., Moorhead.
iVOR SAL®.
TWO SEATED carriage for sale,
quire 202 Roberts st
Bn-
ONE LARGE gasoline engine tor sals
cheap. Andrew Monson, Fargo Tan
nery.
FOR SALE—Wallpaper, paints, varn
ish and Oil. Phone 1785-1* S01 6th
st. no.
FOR SALE—One sat of L.eedy*s bells
in good condition. Address 8t care
Forum.
DIRT FOR SALB—At your own price.
Phone 368 or call at 1410 First ave
nue south.
FOR SALE—Small barn with plank
floor room for two cows. Call 111
Sth av. no.
FOR SALE—Nice, clean, old papers
packages of 60 for i« cents 160 for
26 cents. Forum office
FOR SALE—Brunswick, Bolfc pool
table complete, almost new at half
price. Address 97, Forum.
FOR SALE—Four second hand poole
tables, one or all cheap I P. H. cum-
Phone 1361-J.
mlngs.
FOR SALE First-class typewriter,
Smith-Premier. Cost $110 new. Sale
for $60. Horton Motor Co., Fargo.
LADIES BLACK SEAL coat, beaver
collar and cutis. SUe 36. Will sell
at a bargain. 724 10th av. no. Phone
2408-J.
FOR SALE—A threshing machine in
good running order at one third its
value or will trada for land. Box 191,
Bismarck. N. D.
IN ORDER to ciose out the tew re
maining Fargo Forum carpet sweep
ers on hand, we will sell them away
below cost. The Forum Priming Co.
VICTOR PHONOGRAPH—With extra
selected records, all good as new.
Half price for cesh. Eggen Bros.,
piano store. Pioneer Bld&., 1st av.
FOR SALE
Three sectional bowling alleys,
second-hand In fine shape.
Cheap if taken at' once. Address
Reincke & McKone, Fargo, N, D.
FOR III NT—STORAGE JiOO.VL.
FOR RENT—Store house with rail
road trackage. Dr. Geary, Stern
Block.
FOR SALE—laY KSTOCK.
FOR SALE—Choice Shropshire rama.
Address H. R. Hartman, Page, N. D.
FOR SALE—Horses and cows. Theo
dore Euren, 4 1-2 miles northwest of
Fargo, N. Dak.
FOR SALE—Four Shetland ponies, all
gentle for children. Address O. O.
Golberg, Enderlin, N. D.
EIGHT YEAR old driving horsey beg
enough for hack or delivery. Afraid
of nothing. C. C. Schuyler, city.
FOR SALE—Fifty-eight Big Type Po
land China's heavy boned and long
bodied. Boars and Gilts. Boars ready
for service. Pedigree furnished. John
Roscoe, Dickey, N. D.
WANTED TO BUT.
MEN'S worn garments. Phone 1CS7-I*
Fargo.
FOR RENT—COTTAGES.
FOR RENT—Six room cottage, strictly
modern on car line. Phone 1092 or
/A^i at HOC, 7th av. so. Moorhead.
LOST.
LOST—Between the First Baptist
church and 4th st. no. via Broadway,
an Eastern Star pin. Finder leave at
723 4th st, no., and receive reward.
LOST—Package of laundry between
Thirteenth and Eleventh streets no.,
Saturday night. Call at 724 13th st. no.
or phone 1076-J,
LOST—A ladies silver watch with a
gold rim and initials M. B. on back,
fob attached. Finder please return to
Margaret Bergh at A. B. C. or phone
1087.
LOST—Lady's open face gold watch
bearing initial M. on back at Orph
eum theatre Thursday night or be
tween Orpheum and 12th st. no. Finder
please return to Forum cfilce for re
ward.
A E HVi KiVINU
THE FORUM has a supply of neat
receptacles in which to place daily
newspaper* and other mail and any
patron of this paper in Fargo or Moor
head may secure one of these boxes
free by calling at Th« Forum office,
provided hi? paper is paid to data.
LOST OR STOLEN
BROWN MARE—Black mane and tail,
10 years old, weighs about 1100 lbs,
large star in forehead and leather
halter on right foot hoof, grown down
about half" way. Hoof Just starting on
left foot. John Flatt, 900 8th av. no, or
phone 668-L.
OFFICES FOR RENT.
ONE FRONT office room for rant In
quire Annie Iwight Tyler, Tyler
building.
FOR RENT—One front and one rear
office over Bland A Bland hardware
store. Inquire The N. IX Improvement
Co., phone 354.
DRUG INSURANCE.
DRUGGISTS INSURE—With The Am
erican DrugrKist'n Fira insurance
Company, "Better Insurance for
nionny." Stuart "5. Watt, State Agt.,
1.
V1
Sarlei, North Dakota.
TUTOY IlEPTTBLTCA^^ WEDNESDAY EVENTS#, NOVEMBER ®0, 191#.
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The above rates are figured at the rata of 1 oent par word for tha first insertion and J/z cent par word for
••ch consecutive insertion. No ad taken for less than 20 cents for first insertion. Oo not be disappointed
your *d is not inserted, if you fail to sand money with order. Alt ardara reaohing tha offioa after 12x30
p. m. will ba Inserted tha following day.
WANTED TO RENT—HooJrtS.
WANTED—Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping by high school instruc
tor. No children, 32 care Forum.
WANTED—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping also separate
bed room. Down town preferred. Ap
ply 108 care Forum.
WANTED TO RENT—Two or mora fur
nished connecting rooms tor light
housekeeping in modern house. Ad
dress 76 care Forum.
FLRMSHKD ROOMS—MOOHUKAO
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT 21
6th St. no., Mhd. Phone 2486-JU
HOUSES FOR RENT.
SIX ROOMS—Furnished house for rant.
Phone 2466-Li.
SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR HENT—In
good condition. Call at 1208 1st av.
no.
FOR RENT—Large six room house^
hall and closets, full bsisement. part
modern, 906 6th st. no.
FOR RENT—Nine room modern house
In every way, full basement, hot wa
ter heat. Apply 1002 6th st. no.
FOR RENT—Several houses for rent,
ranging in price from $s to $46 per
month. W. J. JLan* First National
uanK ouiiding.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE down stairs fur
nished electric light and gas. Strick
ly in shape for housekeeping. $26.00.
1328 4th av. no.
FOR RENT—Seven room house, mod
ern, 905 7th st. so with gas stove
and gas water heater, hardwood floors,
both upstairs and down stairs. Screened
porch all in first class condition. In
quire at Farr dray Una.
HOUSE FOR RENT—One elght%oon
modern house with gas, electric
lights, soft water, hot water and base
ment. One six room house, modern ex
cept heat. l£lectrlo lights, soft water.
Enquire 623, 7th av. no.
HOUSES FOR SAUL
FOR KALE—Fully modern 7 room
house, 914 9th St. no. Good deal on
quick sale.
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
Inquire H. L. Sherwood, 746 1st St. no.
or phone 1S83-J.
FOR SALE—New modern house at a
bargain. Fine location and neigh
borhood easy terms. Owner 1123 6th
av. so.
FOR SALE—Nice property with 4
houses and new grocery store on
car line corner lots shade trees ana
nice lawn. Good investment, ill 6th
av. no., FargQ, N. D.
FOR SALE—Large six room house and
attic, can be made into three rooms.
Full basement, cistern, electric lights,
sewer, city water, screened porch, ail
in flrst class condition, on car line.
Built by owner for a home call at 725
4 th st. no.
Foil b.U.li—A I UMUSILKS.
S
FOR SALE—These are bargains
that cannot be beat: One 4
cyilnder, 40 horsepower Chal
mers-Detroit touring car fully
equipped, $650. One 4-cylinder,
30 horsepower Cadillac toy ton
neau, full equipped, $660. Both
cars in flrst class condition.
Write, or phone 1640. Schas
garage, 716 First avenue north,
Fargo.
M1SCBLLAM BOVS.
COMMERCIAL
Beforejaiug In Your Order By The Cash
I times cental
HOUSE, LOT, FARM to
sell or exchange or desire
to buy farm or city proper
ty, will pay you hgure with
Smith & Squire, lu2 Broad*
way. Phone 1411.
pen and ink drawings
for letter heads and illustrations for
reproduction drawn to your order
state your ideas and purpose lor whiua
cut is to be used and will submit
sketches for your approval prices
right call, phone or write. Forum
Advertising department.
FOR RENT.
Vsfusiaked Roams
FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartments,
modern except heat. 108 Eighth
st 8.
FOR SALE—DOGS.
FOR SALE—A full bred water spaniel.
1321 1st av. no.
FOR SALE—A pedigreed Boston Bull
male pup. For particulars call 126.
HOTELS.
THE NEW HOTEL HASTINGS*
12TH ST. & HAWTHORNE. AVD.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Absolutely FIRE PROOF.
LOCATION is ideal in every way. In
close proximity to commercial shop
Ding center and theatres.
REAL COMFORT, COURTESY AND
CLEANLINESS. The management soli
cites your patronage.
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS WITH PRI
VATE BATH.
RATES PER DAT WITH PRIVATE
BATH $1.50.
PER WEEK WITH PRIVATE BATH
$7.00 to $9.00.
PER MONTH WITH PRIVATE
BATH $30.00 to $35.00.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
A. E. WILLMAN, Manager, formerly
THE ANDREWS.
FOR SALE—RANCHES.
NEBRASKA RANCHES We have
three well improved ranches that we
can sell on reasonable payment down
and on time to suit purchasers. Owners
I wish to retire and are wealthy and
will stock ranch for buyers. Best of
grass, alfalfa growing on ranches.
Near to shipping stations. Ideal for
sheep, cattle, hogs and mules. Our
specialty is ranches. Day and Night
Realty Co., Lincoln, Neb.
BUY OR THAOA
WILL arv OR TRADE for your sec
ondhand harness. W. H. Stewart
harness shop, Fargo.
WANTED TO RENT—FLAT.
WANTED TO RENT—A three or four
roomed furnished flat, or rooms for
light housekeeping. Must be modern.
Address 31. care Forum.
A WANTED Modern furnished
house or flat. 13. A. Ricker,
and 10 cent store. 4
LAND FOR SAL
ft.
FOR IS ALB™480 acres of land, 2 miles
from Fargo, all under cultivation ex
cept HirtaU upland meadow, which can
be cultivated. Easy terms. Address
box 170, Fargo, M. W.
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BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED,
HOARD AND ROOM—l'hone 1439-J.
BOARD AND ROOM in modern house,
423 4th av. no.
BOARD AND ROOM—At 124 llth at
no. Reasonable rates.
FINE ROOM in modern house, gentle
man desires roommate. Board at
same place. Address 91 care Forum.
WANTED—RABIES TO IIOARDU
CHILDREN to board. Plione 2573.
BOARD AND ROOM WANTED
WANTED—Board and room by young
married couple with 8 months old
baby, with private family In strictly
modern house. Close in. Address 7ti
care Forum.
FOR, RENT.
Fvrainked liooina—*rrfh«H
FOR RENT—Furnished room 114 1-2
Broadway.
FURNISHED ROOMS Operahouaa An
nex, phone 2028.
FURNISHED—Room in modern hous^
1336, 1st av. no.
FURNISHED ROOMS—Modern facili
ties. 303 10th st. no.
FOR RENT—Room in modern house,
410 Roberts st. Phone 149S-I*
FOft RENT—Nicely furnished rooms in
modern house, 320 llth st. no.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, 311 7th av. no.
MODERN ROOM FOR RENT—For gen
tleman. 914 1st av. no. Phone 746.
FOR RENT—Furnished room, gentle
man preferred. Phone 1162, 22# Robt
st.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, nearly modern. 762 3rd
st no.
FOR RENT—First class furnished
room, nice and airy, strictly modern,
82 llth st no.
FOR RENT—Nioely furnished rooms
on car line. Phone 672-J or call at
1106 6th av. so.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, light gas and
water, 1340 1st av. no.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room In
strictly modern residence, hot water
heat. Close in gentleman preferred.
Phone 835.
TO LET—One large front room with
closet and alcove in modern house.
Suitable for two gentlemen. 814 1st
av. no.
FOR RBIRR.I
Famished towm»—soatheide.
SAY, "1 saw it in The Forum."
FURNISHED ROOMS—For rent in all
modern house. 52 4 llth st so.
ONE LARGE WARM ROOM—Modern
house suitable for two. Phone 2293.
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house, on car line, 206 14th st
so.
FOR RENT—Five furnished rooms, all
modern, 210 6th st. so. Phone 2745'
L.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms In
modern house, 910 4th av. so. Phone
214-Ii.
ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—
Strictly modern 100C 1st av. so. Phone
1433.
FOR RENT—Modern steam heated fur
nished rooms. Birchall Flats, call
2218.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in all
modern house, 624 Eleventh st so.
Phone 385-J.
FOR RENT—Fine modern furnished
rooms, on car line, reasonable. 1809
2nd av 0.
FOR RENT—Beautiful furnished room,
with or without private bath. Very
central, 811 2nd av. so.
FOR RENT—Nice warm newly fur
nished room. Ladles only. Call ftt
1320 2nd av. so. or phone 2483-J.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS and kttch
ennette modem for light housekeep
ing, 1001 6th st. so. Phone 2216-J.
FOR RENT—Rooms for light house
keeping. hot and cold water, "team
heated also several rooms to let by
week or month. 316 1-2 Front st. Fargo.
FOR EXCHAMGB.
WILL
EXCHANGE—TWO
WILL
quarters of
unimproved farm lands for city prop
erty. J. Letford. Prescott hotel.
TRADE—320
FOR RENT—STORIO,
FOR
RENT—Small
STORE FOR RENT—First floor and
basement, 620 First av. no. Apply at
Btore
or office of Relnecke &. McKone.
FOR RKNT—Store on Second
av. Address J. B. Kesler, 734 4
4th st no.
FOR RENT—FLAT.
FOR RENT—A two room furnished
flat, with kitchenette and bath. In
quire at office of Anheier & Risteigen,
Pioneer Life building.
8pice Preservatives.
The results of recent experiments in
the bacteriological laboratories of the
University of Wisconsin show that
there are several spices usually found
in every kitchen which will preserve
foods as effectively as benzoate of
soda and like dangerous preservatives
without injuring the health in the
slightest.
Among these cinnamon, mustard,
nutmeg and allspice are among the
best. Cinnamon aldehyde is the most
active antiseptic constituent of cin
namon. One fiftieth of a grain of It
added to 100 grains of apple sauce
kept the sauce from spoiling in
definitely. While cloves have power
ful antiseptic properties, their pung
ent and lasting flavor makes them
undesirable as preservatives, pinger
and black and cayenne peppers have
no value aa food preservatives.
Dictators of fashion state that the
waist line may be placed this season
wherever the wearer chooses. How
ever, it probably will continue in the
same old place.
The peace serum doss not seem to
[Have taken In Europe
BUSINESS CHANCES,
FOR SALE—Grocery store, 317 llth st
no. Phone 2314-J.
FOR RENT—Partly furnished restau
rant Steam heat Phone 2466-L.
INDEPENDENT MESSENGER SER
vico for sale cheap if taken at once.
Phone 288.
FOR SALE—Blacksmith shop On half,
everything furnished. W. 8. Chap
man, Bemidji, Minn.
FOR SALE—Cheap, three chair barber
shop in Fargo, owner leaving on ac
count of health, 4 care of Forum.
FOR SALE—Livery barn will tell
cheap if taken at once. Address Otto
Marschke. Lucca, N. D., Barnes Co.
HOTEL FOR SALE—Fixtures and fur
nlture for sale cheap of a seven
teen-room hotel steam heat rent
building very reasonable^ Address Bv*
296. Casselton, N. Dt
FOR SALE—Lunch room and confec
tionery doing good business in Min
nesota Junction town on main line of
N. P. Address 51, Forum.
FOR SALE—Restaurant and lunch
room with soda fountain in lively
No. Dak. town, will invoice about $800.
00. 106 care Forum.
FOR SALE—Several moving picture
and vaudeville theatres. For full
particulars address, Geo. H. Webster,
Theatrical Exchange, Fargo, N. D.
FOR SALE OR RENT—First class ho
tel in good live town on main line
of N. P. railroad. Good money maker.
Good reason for selling. Address 46,
caro Forum.
IN ANSWERING all want ads, flflni
a certain number care of The Forum
be sure to address your answer to tha
number, in care of Forunt This in
sures prompt attention.
FOR RENT—The Wilbcrg Auto garage
at Nome. Fine location, large roomy
building and the only garage In Nome.
Apply at Farmer's State bank, Nome,
N. D.
WANT TO BUY—A confection
ary store In country town.
Address lock box 6, Hendruin,
Inn.
fl,000.00 PART CASH takes official
county paper in prosperous western
town. $250 monthly income without
soliciting. Owners health requires
change of climate. Address 79 care
Forum.
I HAVE AN
UP-TO-DATE
hardware
and furniture stock, will Invoice
about $15,000. This is a money maker,
but owner can not give store his per
sonal attention, so he will give a good
leal for cash or No. 1 land. Please
give full particulars in flrst letter. G.
R. Frollng, Fargo, N. D.
FURNISHED COMPLETE—New hotel,
hot water heat and electric lights
throughout with billiard room and
lunch room in basement, twenty-two
sleeping rooms, all new, modern and
complete for sale or reut to right party.
For terms apply to 3. G. More, Buffalo,
N. D.
TRUSTEES SALE OF HARDWARE,
Implements, etc. The A. S. Taylor &
Son stock at Sheldon, N. D., consisting
of Hardware, $5910.92. Farm machin
ery, $803.41. Tinners tools, $276.35.
Furniture and fixtures $Wd.76. Total
$7619.43, is ottered for sale by the un
dersigned as trustee. Sheldon is locat
ed about 50 miles southwest of Fargo
In a farming country. The store Is
centrally located, and the stock in
flrst-class physical condition. This is
a splendid opportunity for an enter
prising hardware and implement man
to continue the business. A double
store building, owned by the trustee,
and can be purchased or rented as de
sired. The business Is open and run
ning. For full particulars address,
John P. G-albraith, Trustee, Endicott
Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
DAILY FASHION HINTS
5517
^res clear land, 1
1-4 miles off main line N. P. R. R. 40
miles east of Billings Yellowstone
county, Montana. Value $6,000
for good running stock general
merchandise or hardware. Gilbert Ol
son Sandlle. N. D. Divide Co.
store No. 5 Sth st.
so. Apply John Thorn No. 8, 8th st. so.
FOR RENT—Store at 206 Front st,
with six rooms upstairs. Apply With
in. Phone 888.
Lady's Piv« uwibii niiirtl
a coat suit is iltawtrated in this design.
Ifce model is cot in fire perfectly pro
portioned gores and is made with fkntnea.
It closes at the front This is one of
the newest ideas in skirts and is a simple
design to carry oat.
The pattern, No. 5,517, Is eat hi sise«
22 to 30 inches waist measure. Medium
sine will require 3% yards of 86 inch
material or 2% yards of fabric 50 Inches
wide.
The above pattern can be obtained by
lending 10 cents to'the office of this paper.
The Forum Printing Oa*
Fargo. N. D.
Enclosed flud 10c, for which pletse
have sent to the following address,
the pattex# described aoere.,
Nam*
•treat
oe Bos
Number
4,
Town and Stale.
8|SS ,»••••••••«
WROTS PLAIWLY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of North Dakota, County ui"
Cass. In district court, Third Judicial
Distriot.
S. 8. Lyon, Plaintiff, vs. Fort:m
Printing Company, a corporation. De
fendant.
To all Creditors of the Defendant,
Forum Printing Company:
You are hereby required within the
period of three months from and after
the date of the first publication of this
notice, to exhibit your claims against
said corporation *-nd to become par! u\-'
to the above entitled action.
(Signed.) H. K EMERY.
Receiver of Forum Printing Company.
First
5*
The Fargo Forum prints
"more classified ads than
any other paper in
State of North Dakota.
3
Ih nl
To
DVERTISERS
Thar* remains at this offioa &
number of letters, in
-l' swer to blind ads. Adver
lisors should call at this of
fi' o and receive them at their
earliest convenience, as they will
i e kept only a short time. Be
low are the numbers that re
main unclaimed: 3, 5, 10, 16, 18,
24, 87, 47, 53, 62, 78.
Forum Printing Co.
i iUfii wi A .,i kRV.
How Vsnus Lost Her Arms Explaiiwtdf,
by French Academician.
What was the position of the now
vanished arms of the VenuE de Milo?
—a question that has been heatedly
discussed by artists «and antiquaries
since the fiJscovery of the famous
statue in 1820—is now set at rest forf
over through the publication this week
by Jean Akard, the French academi
cian and well known man of letters*
of some remarkable manuscripts in his
possession which have never before
been published.
According to the evidence in thpft?
documents, which is regarded as ua
impeachable, the statue of the Venus
Viotrlx, which is now the chief treas
ure a the Louvre, was Intact when -it
was discovered nearly a century utfo i
by a Greek peasant in an underground
grotto in his field. Both arms were
in place. The right arm descended a
little below the hips, where it held up
the draperies, while the left arm was
raised above the head and grasped
the hand a small sphere, which was:
probably an apple. This arm was de
tached from the body and fixed in
place by a tongue of iron.
The reason why the statue was arm
less when it was shipped from tlul'
Island of Milo is now also made clew.
The documents published by M. Aicfrfd
prove that French naval officers, who
were the flrst European to see che
Venus, and who were authorized
their government to buy It at any cOtft,
obtained the prize only at the cost of
a sharp scrimmage with the crew of a
Turkish brig, the commander of
which had been instructed by a Gtfeek
prince at Constantinople to bring tha
statue to him.
In the struggle, in which fifty jtallors
took part on each side, and jp
which shots and saber cuts were freely
exchanged, the goddess, who had been
placed on a stoutly built cart, ^rsrs.
thrown to the ground and her arnrtS.
were broken into pieces.
This seizure of the Venus de Milo by.
force and conflict between the French.
and Turks was hushed up for diplo
matic reasons and never reached the
ears of the puMic.
The flrst of the documents which M.
Aicard publishes and which he intends.
soon to deposit in the library of the
fnstitute is a memoir written by tu
mont Durville, afterward noted as a:
polar explorer, who obtained the St4tu&.
for the Frcnch government.
He states postively that the Veno»
Victrix, when he flrst saw her, had her
arms in the position described, adding
that they were afterwards mutilated
and detached from the body.
Next is a manuscript noticed by.
Lieutenant Matterer, who accompanied
Durville on the expedition to Milo and
many years afterward, enraged at tha
endless dispute on the subject of tha
original attitude of the Venus, decided
to leave a record in writing, which
should settle the matter finally. Ihl
the notice he states:
"When I saw the statue in the hut
of Yorgo Bottonis, on whose field it
was found, the left arm was attached
to the bust and held an apple over tho
head."
To this decisive evidence M. Aicard
adds the statements of Jules Ferry
who, when ambassador to Greece, vis
ited Milo with the object of gathering
any traditions as to the discovery or
seizure of the statue. Mr. Ferry foundL
that the popular account of these inci"
dents was clear on the point that tho
mutilation of Venus was caused by the
conflict around it of French and Turk-?
ish sailors. He was also able to find
two sons of Bottonis, the original did*
roverer, who excavated in the grdtto'
with their father.
These stated positively that when, it
was found the statue stood on a ped
estal with the left arm raised and
holding an apple In the hand. Tha:
publication of these documents, to®
gether with all the evidence hearing
on the question, has been received wijii.
the deepest Interest in artistic circles
An excellent skirt model for separata
with different waists or aa part Ai
n i i e o n o e o e s a thin* of «M»
past.
Put:
**311
Fargo. N. D.
publication, November 111,1912.
(Nov. 18-20-27, Dec. 4.)
tfttONB YOUH WANTS TO THE FORUM
rt s"
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TALENTS DIFFER.
i?*~T
£15
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The mountain and the squirMl
Had a quarrel,
And the former eilisd tfc*
"Little prig!'
Bun replied,
"You are doubtless very big.
But all sorts of things and wea(he*v]
Must be taken in together
To make up a year,
l»tt«r
1-1
And a sphere
And I think It no dlagrace
To occupy my place.
If I'm not as large as you, ivt't*
You are not so small as
I,
And not half so spry
I'll not deny you make
A very pretty squirrel track.
Talents differ all is well and
ibVT
If I cannot carry forests on my Met,
Neither can you crack a nut."
Ralph Waldo Ememoni
Wot. X» ^ook. Merchant of Neihart,
Montana, writes:—"I recommend Fo
ley's Honey & Tar Compound to all,
because it never disappoints and i» a
safe medicine. Foley's Honey & Tar
Compound for coughs and colds gives*'
the best result® of anything I know."
Fargo T»r»ijr CV» Econntny "Dm* Co.\"
vt.
IGHT here and now,
pause and consider
the fact that there
are people in this city and
state who have never even
heard of you or what you
have to offer. Think it
over—then announce your
existence to them through
the efficient advertising
columns of The Fargo
Forum.
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